Charlie "Fess" Johnson (November 21, 1891, Philadelphia – December 13, 1959, New York City) was an American jazz bandleader and pianist. Johnson led an ensemble called the Paradise Ten, who played at Small's Paradise from 1925–1935 and recorded five times between 1925 and 1929. Though Johnson was a capable pianist, he rarely soloed on his recordings.
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Charles, Charlie or Charley Johnson may refer to: Charles W. Johnson (naturalist) (1863–1932), American naturalist. Charles S. Johnson (1893–1956), African-American sociologist president of Fisk University. Charles R. Johnson (born 1948), African-American scholar and author. Charles Royal Johnson (born 1948), professor of mathematics. Charles Willis Johnson, dean of the University of Washington Pharmacy Department. Charles Johnson (writer) (1679–1748), English playwright and poet.
Charlie Johnson's Original Paradise Ten, Monette Moore, Monette Moore, Charlie Johnson's Original Paradise Ten - Don't You Leave Me Here. Charlie Parker, Duke Jordan, . Johnson, Max Roach, Miles Davis, Tommy Potter - Drifting on a Reed (Take 1 - 1947). album: Total Jazz - 100 Essential Songs. Charlie Johnson's Original Paradise Ten Orchestra - Walk That Thing.
|A1||Birmingham Black Buttom|
|A2||Don't You Leave Me Here|
|A3||Hot Tempered Blues|
|A4||Charleston Is The Best Dance After All|
|B1||Walk That Thing|
|B2||The Boy In The Boat|
|B4||Hot Bones And Rice|